Throughout the years I’ve always experimented with Guitar Amp plugins and they have come a long way from when I first started using them back in 2006. Although many of them can sound great, they seem to lack the feel of a real amp or they require a lot of tweaking to get them to sound good.
So I thought I would give another one a try as I usually do every so often just to see how they are improving. While I love using my amps it’s very convenient just to sit down, plug my guitar into my audio interface and then start playing at low volumes. The latest plugin I tried last week, the Neural DSP Tone King completely blew me away so I thought I would make a video about how it sounds and how you can get similar tones using it that I get in my lessons. In the video below I used my Motu M4 interface and was listening back on Yamaha HS8’s.
I don’t have any affiliation with Neural DSP and don’t receive any compensation for anyone who decides to purchase the plugin. I just really like the way it sounds and I can get asked time and time again about getting tones that are like the lessons I put out. I’ve also made a few presets that sound great to me and anyone that joins the Free newsletter can download them.
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